ROLL 50. A.R.H.S. Excursion to Fyansford 6th July 1968.
All photos © Les Brown. Not to be used for Publication.
50-1. K183. Fyansford line.
50-2. Fyansford. General view of the Australian Portland Cement Ltd’s locomotives, yards and wagon discharge area.
50-3. Fyansford. Locomotive No. 5. 1916 0-6-0ST Vulcan ex Henderson Naval Base, W.A.
50-4. Fyansford. Locomotive No. 2. 1938 2-6-0+0-6-2 Beyer Garratt. Now at the Puffing Billy Railway Museum, Menzies Creek. For an earlier (hazier) picture see Roll 8-10.
50-5. Fyansford. Locomotive No. 4. 1916 0-6-0ST Vulcan ex Henderson Naval Base, W.A. For an earlier picture see Roll 8-11.
50-6. Fyansford. Locomotive No. 3. 1945 4-8-2+2-8-4 Australian Standard Garratt. G33. Now preserved at the Victorian A.R.H.S. Railway Museum, North Williamstown. For an earlier picture see Roll 8-8 & 9.
50-7. Fyansford. Locomotive No. 6. 1903 0-4-2ST Hudswell Clarke. Ex Wallaroo & Moonta Mining & Smelting Co. S.A.
50-8. Fyansford. Locomotive No. 11 1926 0-4-0T Perry. Ex State Electricity Commission of Victoria, Yallourn.
50-9. Fyansford. Locomotive No. D1. 1956 Bo-Bo Clyde-GM G8. Very similar to the Victorian Railways first series T-class diesel locomotives with the main added feature of Dynamic Braking. Later bought by the V.R., it was modified for broad-gauge operation and became T413 (See Roll 88-9) and used on the heavily graded Cudgewa branch line.
50-10. Fyansford. Locomotive No. D1. 1956 Bo-Bo Clyde-GM G8.
50-12. Fyansford. Locomotive No. 1. 1936 2-6-0+0-6-2 Beyer Garratt (or what’s left of it).
50-13. Fyansford. Note the cable rollers on the right.
50-15. Fyansford. The remains of locomotive No. 1. Can be seen at centre left.
50-16. Fyansford. The conveyor system that replaced the railway can be seen overhead.
50-17. Fyansford. The line to the right went through a 1.2km long tunnel to the quarry floor. The line to the left went to locomotive servicing facilities, offices and rail and sleeper stores above the quarry.
50-18. Fyansford. End of the rail & sleeper stores sidings.